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we begin at four with breaking news. charges are filed against the man accused in a crash that killed three women. 23-year-old jasen randha to the crash early sunday morning.in the complaint, we learn that data recovered from the lexus he was driving shows randhawa was going 63 miles per hour just before impact. he appeared in court this afternoon-- his bail was set at 1-million dollars. three women in their 30's from chicago were killed in the crash. their uber driver was seriously hurt in the crash. randhawa was driving with a revoked license;
now to our big story. it was a fire that first responders and family members won't ever forget. a ten year old boy and two year old girl were killed last october as fire swept through their home near 36th and silver spring. their grandmother was able to get out of the house with four other children. today, the man who started that fire, michael morgan, was sentenced to prison. the courtroom was packed. but morgan did not go quietly. fox6's myra san studio now with more. myra? after a few moments additional bailiffs and police officers came to judge wagner's courtroom. and it seems they were needed. if the facts of the crimes against 29 year old michael morgan are not enough. it don't make you a man because you killed some kids. that's nothing to brag about . morgan was convicted for setting a fire in october 2015 near 36th and silver spring. the fire
kevin little and the boy's cousin two year old taenajah morgan. it was morgan's antics in the courtroom for his sentencing that caught many off guard thursday. police escorted the grieving mother out after morgan's outbursts. and as the judge sentenced morgan. talk the numbers so i can get back up to my cell ok i'm getting there f man, you don't give a f about us man. we black man. you'd hang us man i didn't bring you into this courtroom. what the f man lets go so you can put that white sheet over your head responders did an incredible job in trying to talk them numbers!! help preserve the life of those little ones cmon man. taking forever. morgan did his best to hurl insults. hey i gotta go make a hook up . can you hurry up ordering the
forty twenty twenty twenty consecutive cmon. give me that honey. i got 99 to go the judge did get to it. sentencing morgan to 71 years in prison morgan left the courtroom singing that he was happy. a famly member told the media they are happy, that morgan got what he deserved. having seen what happened in find the "michael morgan" post on the fox6 news facebook page -- and join the conversation that's already underway. the milwaukee police officer who shot and killed sylville smith waived his preliminary hearing this morning... and will go to trial. dominique heaggan-brown is charged in a different case-- facing counts of sexual assault-- prostitution-- and taking intimate photos without consent. one of the counts of sexual assault happened one day after the
smith's family members say the sexual assault case should be tied to his use of deadly force. haeggan-brown's arraignment is scheduled for november 4. milwaukee police are asking for your help identifying a man accused of robbing a woman by knife-point in a downtown parking deck. according to police, this man walked into the structure near milwaukee and wisconsin tuesday afternoon. he's accused of approaching a woman in her car, pulling out a knife and robbing her. he's between 30 and 40 years old, with a heavy build and short hair. zippered coat and dark pants. if you know who this man is, you're encouraged to call milwaukee police. bail has been set for a u-w madison student charged with sexually assaulting four other students. 20- year old alec cook is accused of raping four female students. the complaint prosecutors filed today accuse cook of assaults starting in march of 2015. prosecutors say
during a ballroom dancing class she was taking with cook. the other alleged victims were a woman cook met at a party and another he met in a class they both were taking. police have identified the victim of a homicide on milwaukee's north side. officials say 38-year-old derrick carson was fatally shot near 16th and olive last night. police say they responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle running for a long period of time, in an alley officers found carson who had been shot...and was dead. the shooting is under investigation. police are also investigating a shooting near 5th and virginia. we're told a fight between family members led to shots being fired. a 34-year-old man was hit during the gunfire. he was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive. police have identified a suspect and are searching for him. investigators are trying to figure out why a pedestrian was crossing the interstate in kenosha county around 3-o-clock this morning. the 36-year-old man was hit and killed by a car on i-94 just south of highway- 158. fox6's ted perry joins us
newsroom with new details about the victim. authorities says the pedestrian was likely homeless... and possibly on drugs. a lieutenant with wisconsin state patrol says the man was in the far left southbound lane when an suv struck him on the passenger's side. the 30-year-old driver and his 29- year-old female passenger were not injured. the pedestrian was pronounced dead at the scene. 90 percent of the pedestrian accidents troopers respond to are the result of cars breaking down on the highway. a the case here. there was no disabled motor vehicle associated with the subject in the area. so were still trying to determine whether it was a hitch hiking type situation or theres some other reason the individual found himself up on the interstate the lieutenant says drug paraphernalia was found on the victim but toxicology results have not come back yet. meanwhile troopers are reconstructing the crash scene and working with the kenosha county sheriff's department to decide whether criminal
driver. reporting in the newsroom, ted perry fox 6 news. brad thanks ted. the washington county sheriff's office responds to a fire at a towing company after several vehicles caught on fire sunday morning. the fire started from a vehicle the sheriff's office towed to the business on saturday. the sheriff's office believes the fire may have started because the car's battery wasn't properly handled. after the first car started on fire, the fire spread to several other vehicles, including a semi that suffered heavy damage. to weather n improvement from yesterday, but we're in for a jump in temperature. weather expert tom wachs is in the weather office with a look at the forecast. we'll be mostly cloudy through this evening and overnight, with temperatures dropping to the upper 30s and low 40s. tomorrow will bring us a mix of sun and clouds and about a 15 temperature jump. highs will be back in the mid 60s thanks to a strong sw wind. tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 38
are fanning out across the country, holding events in key swing states. we're just 12 days away from election day. fox's joel waldman is in washington with the latest from the campaign trail. in north carolina, hillary clinton getting an assist from first lady michelle obama ... the first time the two are campaigning together on the same stage. michelle obama says: "she is absolutely ready to be commander in chief on day one. and, yes, she happens to be a first lady helps her widen her slim two-point lead over donald trump in the tar heel state... but, obstacles stand in the way, including news that president obama's affordable care act premiums are expected to double next year ...coupled with a flood of hacked emails...like this one between top clinton aides over her ongoing private email server controversy... email fullscreen do we actually know who told hillary she could use a private email? and has that person been drawn and
clinton continuing to ignore the email leaks on the trail today. clinton says: "you know that climate change is real / trump hindu natpop: "this time trump government" trump speaking hindi in this ad ...courting hindu americans...and it's not the only minority group he's trying to gain favor with... yesterday, he harkened backed to the days of f-d-r, promising a "new deal for black americans". in republican nominee continued his attacks on clinton. trump says: "hillary clinton wants to double down on obamacare and make it even worse." waldman on-cam tag says: "another important swing state, pennsylvania, remains a problem for trump ...with a new sienna college poll showing him 7-points behind clinton. in washington, joel waldman, fox news." speaking of politics, there will be plenty of donald trumps and hillary clintons out there this halloween. party city says there is more of a demand for donald trump costumes, but that there was a demand for
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well with certain candies! so when you're raiding your kid's halloween candy... grab a beer to match! the experts say to grab a snickers and pair it with a porter... because it has natural chocolate flavors. drink a 'sam adams boston lager' with your candy corn... because both have a subtle caramel flavor. and sour candy route... reach for a belgian-style beer made with wild yeast.. because the earthy base goes will with the acidity. to get everything you need to know about halloween in southeast wisconsin head to our website fox 6 now dot com. just search "halloween headquarters" to find information on trick-or-treat times, as well as locations of haunted houses, pumpkin farms and costume shops to make this halloween
ever try catching food in our mouth after a short toss? one man from new hampshire took the trick to the extreme. he says he has a "natural knack" for catching things in his mouth. and it sems finally paying off. this guy now holds the unofficial record for "greatest height catching a grape in the mouth". the grape fell 101-feet from a hot air balloon! guinness world records is now in the process of confirming the feat. a california daredevil woke up in a french hospital... after a
and he had his camera recording as he made the wild jump off of a mountain in the french alps. check it out... he says something went wrong and he started to run out of airspeed and altitude. he was coming in so fast that he took out a tree and left a debris trail 300-feet long. he was in the forest for three hours before rescue crews could reach him. next thing he remembers is waking up in the hospital. strangest part of all -- he made it injury. a tiny penguin -- gets a new wetsuit to help her stay warm. 'wonder twin' is a female penguin at seaworld in orlando. she started losing her feathers-- making it difficult to regulate her body temperature. so, park officials reached out to the park's wardrobe designer to create her
warm. the suit is intended to mimic the penguin's natural feather coat... allowing her to swim, eat and sleep naturally. "we're hoping the wet suit will be able to take the place of what the feathers would provide. feathers aren't there. the wet suit will be there. it's going to keep her warm, especially in the water. penguins live almost three-quarters of their life in the water. and now with that wet suit she's going to be in there and be able to keep warm." penguins' feathers are packed in feathers per square inch. high schoolers in menomonee falls...take a big leap forward in their high schoolers in menomonee falls...take a big leap forward in their future careers theyre studying healthcare...and for the first time...got to practice on real patients. fox6s deandra corinthios has the story.
"can you stand on the white footprints for us and cover up one of your eyes with this" right now...theyre menomonee falls sophomores...in the healthcare academy program. and theyre doing vision and hearing screenings... on the districts elementary students. "you ready?" dani rabay always thought she wanted to be a doctor...but healthcare academy solidifed it for her... "it has helped me really focus on what i like" about 150 high schoolers are in the healthcare ac curriculum designed to allow students with an interest in medicine to explore the field. "its all the same competencies, all the same skill bands, just with a healthcare spin" and get college credit at the same time... "they learn about ethics, they learn about health records, patient privacy" "there is a big focus on hands on learning through the healthcare academy so aside from experiences like this the students also have the opportunity to job-shadow healthcare professionals in the community" "they can see what is really good about our profession and what is tough
set on going into pediatrics. she likes helping children. "we did catch a kid with a lazy eye we think." and knows this...is just the beginning...of her future as a physician. in menomonee falls, deandra corinthios fox6news. ad lib about pkg coming up on fox 6 news at four... what tom hanks had to say to gino about reprising his role as 'robert langdon' for the third time in
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robert langdon to decode clues and solve a mystery that could affect the whole world. gino is here with what tom hanks had to say about returning to his character for the third time. ad lib to bite "he always has something to do. that's one of the reasons i love playing professor robert always seeing things that nobody else is. he's searching out patterns. he's searching out, he'll see a symbol and he can go back through all of history and explain what it means and how it got to have that meaning. and how it's important to society. he's always sort of the the smartest guy in the
these books and movies take real life things we know about -- like the mona these books and movies take real life thing like the mona lisa or dante's inferno -- and add a layer of mystery to it. ad lib to bite "what i love about these things is that we are in places like the hall of the 500 or the ufitzi gallery for a specific purpose. we're there in order to take in what is there. we're not just setting a fight or a headquarters or something like that in a groovy backdrop. we're there to study the masterpieces that are up on the wall and try to find a clue that is inside those very masterpieces. and guess what dan brown has figured out that the clues actually kind of exist. or there is a mystery
a number of homicides this week has alderman bob donovan speaking being done. lets turn to julie collins who joins us in the studio with more - julie? alderman donovan says the 23 step action plan adopted by the public safety committee is the answer to the cities homicide problem. mayor barrett thinks other wise. red and blue emergency lights have lit up the streets of milwaukee several nights this week as milwaukee police investigate at least 8 homicides since sunday. 'were
homicides alderman bob donovan took to facebook asking mayor tom barrett what he thinks... 'this is just insanity when people cannot resort to common sense measures to solve their problems but instead resort to violence. alderman donovan says the 23 step action plan developed by the safety committee will make milwaukee a safer city. ' i have no doubt in my mind if that plan were adopted wed see great improvement in safety in milwaukee. but it doesnt see to be going that way.. they talk about numbers because theres no funding source, you have to realize you have to pay for these police officers.' meanwhile milwaukees common council released a list of possible budget amendments many focusing on safety and police spending - including 2 that call for reducing the next police class by as many as 15 recruits. 'i dont support reducing the number of police we have on the street. in fact at the end of the day, we have to make sure we have enough police because there are going to be a
the mayor and alderman donovan agree on. 'were not even keeping pace with the overwhelming number of officers whoa re leaving the department and retiring, we need to do better than that.' the finance and personal committee will meet tomorrow regarding the amendments before the budget goes to the common council. you can read the 23 step action plan developed by the safety committee that alderman donovan refered to on our website thats fox 6 now dot com. kills one person and critically injures another in new york city. the six alarm fire breaking out overnight and spreading through five floors of a building in manhattan. early investigation shows the fire started on the top floor of the building. the fire department has closed off several streets while checking adjacent buildings for damage. the red cross is helping people who live in the building. still no word on how the fire started. a chaotic scene in boston ...after an s- u-v crashes into
passenger. the two victims were taken to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries. witnesses say the vehicle was speeding through the area moments before the crash yesterday. police are still looking into the cause of the accident. authorities also looking at evidence from a hit and run that happened near the crash, seeing if they are linked. a villanova student-- accused of a disturbing crime. 19-year-old vincent kane -- is accused of hiding a camera in a school bathroom, taking up-skirt videos of women. after a search, he also was charged witho police yesterday. apparently someone spotted a hidden cell phone camera in a stall and reported it to the police. investigators say the phone also had videos from the c-v-s pharmacy where kane worked. "he would have filmed both men and women who are students, going to the bathroom basically. so, they were being filmed as they were actually using the facilities." he admitted to taking the videos and to recording similar videos over the last two years. kane is
a former michigan state trooper is accused of embezzling thousands of dollars. michigan's attorney general says the officer pocketed inspection fees from more than 17-hundred vehicles. he also says it happened over period of a 16-months. prosecutors say the officer pocketed more than 170-thousand dollars in all. his attorney says he was arraigned wednesday and released on bond. the fees in question are for the inspection of salvage vehicles. a construction worker -- rescued from a hole in los angeles. construction site-- lots of emergency crews and first responders trying to get to the man. it's not clear how he fell into the excavation hole...estimated to be two feet in diameter and about fifty feet deep. he was slowly pulled to safety. he was taken to the hospital for evaluation thousands of guns - confiscated by police or seized during buyback programs - are heading to the furnace. the n-y-p-d is preparing to melt all of these guns and recycle the
the iron pipeline.' interstate-95 got the nick-name iron pipeline-- because it's the corridor from the south where the guns are bought into the city. the weapons are destroyed twice a year to keep them out of the wrong hands. "these guns will never again be used to hurt somebody or to threaten the life of the good people in this city. this is the end of the iron pipeline." the national rifle association released this statement saying "firearms should be treated the same as boats, jewelry, or any other confiscateda auction." and... "to cut off the potential cash flow for the sake of making some social commentary is short-sighted at best." ted perry joins us now from the news room with some stories they're working on for fox six news at five. multiple high end vehicles... all torched. it happened in the driveway of a local professional athlete. at five, see the video a neighbor took that could lead police to the person responsible for the fire.
a high school staff member. coming up, see what parents are saying about the incident. we'll have those stories and more for you in about 20 minutes , when mary stoker smith joins me, on fox six news at five. steph thanks ted. walmart is promising to take some stress out of holiday shopping with an army of new workers. . walmart says the holiday helpers will help customers find shorter checkout lines and open registers starting november fourth. they'll even quickly grab items that customers may have forgotten -- with smiling faces and candy of course. the job will also serve as shoplifting prevention. ad lib about holiday shopping coming up on fox 6 news at four... how one wife's attempt to teach a lesson -- turned into a massive jackpot.
johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme. senior 1: ron johnson is attacking social security. senior 2: he wants to let wall street risk it in the stock market. johnson: free money... young people don't really necessarily understand finance. college student 1: ron johnson voted to raise the cost
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when you spend thousands of dollars on a new car, you expect it to be problem-free. but consumer reports exclusive reliability ratings found that some cars are much more likely to wind up in the shop than others. jenna sachs has the details in this contact 6 report. consumer reports just-released more than 300 models. this year the winners are the lexus ct 200h and the toyota prius - both hybrids. the worst - the cadillac escalade. its trouble spots include the transmission, power equipment, and infotainment system. "we survey consumer reports subscribers and we have data on 500,000 vehicles and we use that information to determine which cars are going to be more reliable and which are going to give you more problems." ford came in at the bottom in two
the least reliable compact car and the ford fiesta among subcompacts. felix garza knows how frustrating it can be. he had to replace the transmission on his fiesta much earlier than expected. "i was pretty upset. i thought i wouldnt have this issue, especially with a brand-new car." the compact honda civic, once a very reliable car, also took a tumble with this year's redesign. "this is the biggest redesign the civic has had in many years. and as we've often seen, when they change a lot of things, sometimes you get a lot of the most reliable new compact car? the chevy cruze and the toyota corolla. in the popular compact suv category, consumer reports data shows that the jeep cherokee is at the bottom. on top - the toyota rav4. among pickup trucks, the ford f-150 reliability score dropped to the point where consumer reports no longer recommends it. the most reliable pick-up, is the toyota tundra. i'm jenna sachs contact
do you have a consumer issue or investigation idea? give jenna a call!! the number is on you screen or you can file a complaint on the contact 6 page at fox-6-now-dot-com. adlib to weather we'll be mostly cloudy this evening and overnight, with temperatures dropping to the upper 30s and low 40s. tomorrow will bring us a mix of sun and clouds and about a 15 temperature jump. highs will be back in the mid 60s thanks to a
wind: w 10-20 mph doctors are using a new weapon to infection in hospitals. and theye blankets, towels and even their clothes. mary stoker smith is here with more on this new technique. researchers have found an unexpected ally fighting infections in hospitals and it's not a new medication. a new study released today shows copper infused products are reducing infections in hospitals. researchers say everything from bedding to towels and even sinks are doing their part. they are seeing a more than 80 percent reduction in hospital infections. its been so successful - the company is
their hospitals. need a little help losing those few extra pounds - those stubborn pounds?! listen to this! and we now have more evidence that a good night's sleep is key to keeping a healthy weight. researchers analyzed body samples of adults -- after they'd slept eight hours a night, then after two nights of just 4-hours sleep. even though meal times and sizes were kept the same, the patients experienced changed in their gut bacteria related to obesity and a slow metabolism. the patients also showed a 20-percent reduction in sensitivity to insulin. something to keep in mind the next time you're looking to stay up late. and doctor's may have found a new link between men's risk of mental disorders and their blood pressure as a late teen. finnish researchers reviewed health data on more than one million swedish men. they found young men with a resting heart rate above eighty-two
of developing disorders later in life. they included obsessive compulsive disorder and schizophrenia. men with heart rates below sixty- two beats a minute had much lower chances of developing disorders. more research is needed to confirm this link. back to you. a woman's effort to teach her husband a lesson-- backfires when she hits a jackpot, literally. she was trying to show her husband that buying lottery tickets was a waste of money. so, she bought a ten dollr off... and on monday -- instead of making her point, she realized she had actually won one million dollars. she says she had to eat her own words in the end -- but it was worth it. "we've struggled a lot, so now we can buy our own home and our own land. it'll be paid for and i don't have to worry about that no more. so, that's what i plan to do with some of the money and the other part i plan to help my daughter and to put money up for my two granddaughters for college." after taxes, she received a nice
avocado prices... soaring across the country... because of a strike in mexico. growers are holding back the fruit and demanding higher pay... driving wholesale prices up to four times what they normally would be. mexico is the main importer of avocados to the u-s. last year... the country sent 45 million pounds of avocados each week to the u-s. compare that to just 13 million pounds a week this year. don't expect ap air-pods to hit the market anytime soon. the air-pods are wireless earbuds for the eye-phone. apple unveiled them in september. but the company says it needs a "little more time" to get them ready for sale ... apple didn't elaborate as to what the holdup is, but the company may discuss the air-pods today when it holds its macbook event in san francisco. the u-s coast guard making a big drug bust off the coast of central america. they seized a semi-submersible vessel carrying about
month as part of a drug interdiction off central and south america...netting 416-thousand pounds of smuggled cocaine. this latest bust has a street value at more than 73-million dollars. five suspected smugglers were also captured in that coast guard operation. an orangutan at an australian zoo now lays claim to a record. the perth zoo says puan is the oldest sumatran orangutan in the world. and the claim is earning it a puan is 60! she was born in the wild in 1956 and arrived at the zoo more than ten years later. and zoo keepers say she is in good health considering her age. but finding out how old she was, was not easy. "yeah, it was quite a long process. it took about 18 months, a lot of research having to go back through old keeper records, our volunteers' memories, all of that sort of thing. it's been a really tedious process but we've managed to work out that she's approximately 60 years of age, makes her the oldest sumatran orangutan in
5. after the chicago cubs tied up the world series a game ap wrigley. fox 6's kim murphy introduces us to a wisconsin cubs fan who has kept his faith in his team for decades. this
is wisconsin, but you'll find gilbert graber gray-burr laugh on chicago cubs avenue. "nats playing radio" when the cubs are playing "nat sounds" everyone knows where to find gilbert. "announcer sot" he's listening to the game.. like he did as a nine year old. "lists names" and now as a
crevice... "that's something..." ...and every corner. "sot" last time the cubs were in the world series, gilbert was serving in world war two. "he said gib the cubs won the pennant so in the process i lost my paint chipper in the ocean." aside from his navy days... "i did three days of bread and water for destroying government property." ...gilbert hasn't missed many games. "theres no place that's better to watch a baseball 10 a year and ever since 1947 is when i started to go" but his favorite game....has yet to happen.. "its seat af row 11 seat one" that is until this saturday. "good" after years of driving kids as bus driver, one former rider decided to show her gratitude. "so youre going to see the world series on saturday night." but whether his cubbies win or lose.... "that's just part of being a cubs fan you don't worry so much." you'll know where to find gerbert, listening on chicago cubs avenue with his cubs flag waving on.
and you can watch the cubs take on the cleveland indians tomorrow night right here on fox 6. the m-l-b pregame show starts at 6:30. first pitch from wrigley field is at 7:08. followed by fox 6 news at 10, after the game. fox 6 news at five starts right now. now at 5: "come on man, taking forever bleep" forever bleep" he set fire to a home that killed 2 children. today -- he taunts the judge. "hey i gotta go make a hook up! can you hurry up!" the outburst that cleared the courtroom. plus -- a fox6 exclusive. the charges against a milwaukee public school safety officer -- accused of sexually assaulting of a student. and -- three luxury cars torched -- at a local celebrity's home.
those are our big stories -- first breaking news out of milwaukee. the man police say was driving the car that killed 3 women in a weekend crash -- is charged. jasen randhawa appeared in court today -- and is facing 12 felony charges related to the crash.fox6's a-j bayatpour is live in the newsroom with the details. the 23-year-old turned himself in to police on monday. but according to the criminal complaint, in the moments after the crash, he planned on telling investigators counts one, two, and three - second degree reckless homicide ja-sun raw-how-uh faces a milwaukee county court commissioner thursday afternoon. he's accused of speeding through a red light and plowing into an uber car early sunday at 2nd and clybourn killing three women visiting from chicago: lindsey cohen, amy taylor, and ashley sawatzke. the driver is still in the hospital with serious injuries. a big boom, a big crash, like somebody just
complaint, investigators recovered speed recording data from inside the lexus randhawa's accused of driving that night. it shows "the lexus was traveling 63 miles per hour." the speed limit there is 30. to mitigate or make it seem like he didn't commit this crash. the complaint also details a conversation randhawa allegedly had with a friend after running from the crash scene. the driver is said to have considered "a plan to report the car stolen and that thieves were driving the car at the time of th cab, which had a camera recording those comments, along with him saying "i know i shouldn't of drove. it was two red lights." the commissioner set bond for randhawa at one million dollars. in addition to the charges for causing the accident and the hit-and-run, randhawa is also charged with driving on a revoked license. it was revoked after a 2015 o-w-i. according to the complaint, randhawa first told his friend after the crash that he was in an accident and he was drunk. live in the newsroom, a.j. bayatpour, fox 6